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With LeBron James officially on board, the Cavaliers are now a little more open to trading No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins to Minnesota in exchange for All-Star power forward Kevin Love, according to ESPN.
Two moving speeches about life and, for levity, one reporter choking on the red carpet. Not literally “on the red carpet.” On something else. Her brain or something.
ESPN’s annual awards show, The ESPYs, were televised Wednesday night, and it not only brought out the best and brightest in sports, but also some of the more attractive women in the world. Join us as we take a look at 16 of the hottest attendees — in no particular order — from the event.
Welcome to one of only two days of the year where there are no MLB, NFL, NBA or NHL games being played (the other day was Monday, but at least that had the Home Run Derby and Derek Jeter-fest). Today is a cruel joke created by the universe meant to test us, like the movies of Michael Bay or ESPN’s coverage of LeBron James. Sure, the ESPY’s are on, but that’s like cheating on your spouse with a very ugly person. Best just to stay home, and um, keep yourself occupied.
Guys, how much would you pay to watch hockey with Barry Melrose — especially if the proceeds from your winnings went to cancer research? Because that opportunity is going fast.
You may have noticed that ESPN has moved its flagship show, SportsCenter, into what looks to be a spaceship. What you probably haven’t noticed is that The V Foundation (named after Jimmy Valvano) is auctioning off the old SportsCenter desk as part of its annual auction ahead of The ESPYs.